Tanzania, Safari great migration
An ideal program for nature lovers with an adventurous spirit. Article by wildatheartrescue.org blog. This itinerary offers you a private game drive to discover the most beautiful natural parks in Tanzania: Tarangire, Serengeti and Ngorongoro! Accompanied by a professional guide on a 4×4 jeep, you will discover the rich fauna and magnificent African landscapes. You will sleep in mobile tents without electricity and with shared bathrooms and showers, a spartan but cheap and adventurous solution.
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Day 1: City of Arusha and surroundings
Upon your arrival at Kilimanjaro or Nairobi airport, your guide will be waiting for you, before moving to your hotel in Arusha. If you have time, desire and energy we can take a tour of the city. Alternatively relax in the hotel.
Day 2: Departure for the Tarangire park
After breakfast, departure for the Tarangire Park for sighting of wildlife with a picnic lunch. The Tarangire Park takes its name from the Tarangire river which divides it into two halves and represents the only source of water for animals during the dry season. The park is famous for its herds of elephants and huge baobab trees, there is much to see and explore.
Day 3 to 4: Serengeti Park
Before breakfast around 7 and naturalistic walk with local guide in the Conservation Area of the Tarangire Park, after breakfast departure for the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. We continue crossing the Ngorongoro highlands up to the entrance of the Serengeti park where we begin the real game drive of these days. Nature walks and game drives activities. The Serengeti Park is the most beautiful park in Africa, a boundless plain that you can admire from the vantage point at Naabi gate. The Great Migration moves in the park in search of fresh pastures crossing the crocodile-infested rivers. And ‘the best park to spot big cats and predators in general.
Day 5: Ngorongoro Crater
After breakfast departure for the Ngorongoro Conservation Area for wildlife sighting in the famous crater with picnic lunch. More than 30,000 animals and a large number of birds live in the Ngorongoro Crater, which have settled in the area thanks to the presence of the lakes. Today we will be able to photograph together different species such as zebra, wildebeest, warthog and antelope, predators like hyenas and lions will not be missing.